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PostSubject: SpeedoDRD    Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:33 pm

It appears I've lost my manual for my 12 o clock labs SpeedoDRD.

I'm going from 12/43 to 13/48.

Can anyone by chance walk me through resetting the DRD so I can tinker with it and adjust it properly to the new gearing?

Thanks!
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PostSubject: Re: SpeedoDRD    Mon Jul 04, 2016 4:29 pm

malignity wrote:
It appears I've lost my manual for my 12 o clock labs SpeedoDRD.

I'm going from 12/43 to 13/48.

Can anyone by chance walk me through resetting the DRD so I can tinker with it and adjust it properly to the new gearing?

Thanks!

That's no problem.  I also have 13-48 and needed to set mine 20.5% negative.  

Go to their calculator page, HERE  to double check what settings you need.

Then, here's a quick vid on how to adjust settings, HERE

Best of luck!
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PostSubject: Re: SpeedoDRD    Mon Jul 04, 2016 6:10 pm

Thanks! Ironically from what I have now, I'm only 3mph off. I may need to tweak it in the next few days.

On an unrelated note, went down today pretty hard on the trails, SUV almost hit me in BFE, my front tire washed out in the sand at about 50mph. I may have broken a rib. On my way to check now. :(
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PostSubject: Re: SpeedoDRD    Mon Jul 04, 2016 6:27 pm

Jeese!  Youre on your way to an xray after a high speed crash... AND updating your forum posts!

Sorry to here you dumped your bike.  Hope youre back on that horse soon.  

Much respect for being a tough bastard!  bow
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PostSubject: Re: SpeedoDRD    Mon Jul 04, 2016 10:08 pm

One cracked rib. Blind corner... two SUV's off roading at a high rate of speed... I was in sand so I was booking it in 5th so I could stay afloat... I slammed on my brakes, they slammed on theirs, and when my front tire sunk into the sand, my front tire washed out. I tried to tuck and roll, and my arm was tucked under me. When I impacted the ground, I went hard elbow pad first (smart move, saved me from much worse) and then slammed onto my arm. EVS G6 saved me from getting tore up pretty good, but the impact is what did it. Should be fine in a few weeks. Hell, I rode out of the trails. The whoops weren't nearly as fun on the way out as they were on the way in though. Lol
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